Paleo Packable Meaty Veggie Roll-Ups

At a loss for what to pack for lunch besides sandwiches? We’ve got the scoop on how to supplement your Paleo Meal Plan with packable lunches to keep you on track throughout the day, no matter where the day takes you.

We’ve taken a traditional wrap, turned it inside-out, and eliminated the tortilla to make our easy, packable and Paleo Meaty Veggie Roll-Ups. Ready in 5 minutes or less and easy to transport, these roll-ups are the essential go-to lunch recipe for Paleo eaters of any age. Try our favorite flavor combinations, or experiment with your own.

Meaty Veggie Roll-Ups
Serves: 4
  • 12 thick slices deli meat
  • 1 cup sliced vegetables
  • 12 chives, optional
  1. Place desired amount of vegetables on a piece of deli meat.
  2. Roll tightly, and if desired, use a chive to tie.
  3. Pack in a zip-top plastic bag or airtight container.

Favorite Flavor Combinations:

Roast beef with red bell pepper strips, carrot sticks, and cucumber slices with mustard for dipping.

Chicken with apple slices, red cabbage, and pickle strips with Dijon mustard for dipping.

Turkey with crumbled bacon and sliced avocado with salsa for dipping.

Need more Paleo packable lunch options? Try these super simple ideas:

Create a filling cobb salad with chopped lettuce, tomato, bacon, chicken, hard-boiled egg, and avocado. Pack with lemon juice and olive oil for dressing.

Core and slice an apple crosswise into ½-inch-thick slices. Spread with almond butter, and press two apple slices together to make a “sandwich.”

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10 thoughts on “Paleo Packable Meaty Veggie Roll-Ups

      1. Jennifer

        That would be great! I’ve been converting the current lunch plan as much as possible to a paleo friendly plan, but having one ready to go would be even quicker!

  1. Tori

    Tiny bit confused here – aren’t deli-style or lunch meats heavily processed and doesn’t that conflict with the paelo plan and clean eating in general? Please let me know if I’m wrong, but I was under the impression that paleo diets don’t just consist of meat, seafood, fruit, nuts, veggies, etc. but that it embraces those categories in their most natural forms including unprocessed, wild (not farm raised), grass fed, etc, etc.

    1. Heather Brown

      The goal of the eMeals Paleo meal plan is to provide a practical way to feed your entire family easy-to-prepare Paleo meals. Our plan follows the basic principles of the Paleo diet with an aim is to balance taste, ease of preparation, and adherence to Paleo guidelines. It is intended to provide a basic framework for practical Paleo living and can be adapted to meet your personal preferences.

    2. Aela

      Tori, you are absolutely right! Deli meats are processed and often loaded with preservatives. This recipe works well with organic cold cuts, though. More expensive that way, but truer to Paleo.

  2. Kathy | PaleoLifestyleHub

    Thank you for this wonderful recipe. I have been on paleo diet f for a few months now, and I completely understand why deli meat is included in the recipe. Sometimes, we have to deal with how to adhere to paleo while still keeping track of our budget. Unprocessed food is much more expensive than conventional ones such as deli meat, but practicality wise, this is still a better alternative, if we want to stick to the paleo principle of no-grains, low carb diet.

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